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CyberCatch and ELB Learning partner to deliver cybersecurity gamified experience

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Created in partnership with ELB Learning, CyberCatch's CyberSavvyIQ is a series of security awareness learning games to help employees become "cyber smart".

VANCOUVER, BC and SAN DIEGO — CyberCatch Holdings, Inc., a cybersecurity company offering an AI-enabled platform solution for compliance and cyber risk mitigation, and ELB Learning, a company delivering a comprehensive suite of learning products and services worldwide, have partnered to market and deliver CyberCatch’s learning game solution globally.

Created in partnership with ELB Learning, CyberCatch’s CyberSavvyIQ is a series of security awareness learning games that combines two entertainment worlds – movies and games – to help employees become “cyber smart” and more effective human firewalls against cyber threats.

HackOps is a cybersecurity gamified experience, based on the behavior of cyber attackers, HackOps simulates how attackers actually steal data and install ransomware, mimicking recent successful cyberattacks. Learners role-play and learn common tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) that attackers are currently using to break into the network, steal data and install ransomware.

“Cyber attackers are successful because of human error. Either a human falls prey to phishing and allows the attacker into the network or a human commits a mistake and creates a vulnerability in a system that allows the attacker to exploit and steal data and install ransomware,” said Sai Huda, founder, chairman and CEO, CyberCatch. “Current security awareness training in the marketplace is rudimentary and fails to impart any skills to prevent human error. CyberCatch, in partnership with ELB Learning, is bringing to market a next-generation solution to help every employee become cyber smart, so the organization becomes cyber strong.”

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